Evening Caretakers (Security) x2
18 hours per week term-time, 10 hours per week Outside of term
Gresham’s is a leading independent co-educational day and boarding school for pupils aged between 2 and 18. Set in 200 acres of beautiful countryside and just 4 miles from the breath taking North Norfolk coast, we are a vibrant community of pupils, staff and parents. We have around 800 pupils spread across three sites in the Georgian town of Holt.
The Estates Department is seeking to employ two reliable evening Caretakers (Security) to provide a wide range of support activities related to the security, cleaning, low-level maintenance and care of the Gresham’s facilities. The role is primarily to secure the school each evening once pupil activity has finished and to provide an on-call capability during the designated working hours, for unforeseen circumstances.
The ideal candidates would be hardworking, committed individuals who possess the ability to work very well on their own initiate, understand the importance of maintaining high standards and how to communicate effectively within a school environment.
The safeguarding responsibilities of this role are clearly outlined in the recruitment pack, please make yourself aware of these as you consider applying for this post.
To apply for the role, please visit our website www.greshams.com/Job-opportunities where you will find an application form and further information. Our recruitment team can also be reached by telephone on 01263 714623 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 10th December 2021
Interviews: W/C 13th December 2021
Please note: We reserve the right to interview and appoint up to and including 13th December 2021.
Gresham’s is proud of its exemplary approach to the safeguarding of our children and conduct a robust recruitment process. Applicants are expected to engage fully with the requirements of this process. An offer to join the School is made subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS check along with clearance on all other relevant safeguarding and child protection requirements
Registered Charity No: 1105500